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What's OnDate night dreams with Hollywood glamour at Planet Hollywood

Where the glitz and the glamour of Hollywood meets London's West End!
  • Dates 11/02/2019 - 11/02/2019
  • Location 57 - 60 Haymarket, SW1Y 4QX
  • Price ££
Treat your loved one this Valentine's Day!Are you dining for two or looking for something for many of you?Whether, it's Valentine's, Galentine's or Palentine's Day you're celebrating, Planet Hollywood has the perfect menu for you. For £30, enjoy a three-course menu with a welcome glass of sparkling pink fizz, or opt for something with a non-alcoholic beverage.So go on and add the french to your fry, the cheddar to your cheese and the pepperoni to your pizza. Dine in London's home of Hollywood glamour, moments away from the bright lights of Piccadilly Circus and the bustling streets of Leicester Square.View the Valentine's menu here.Book your table online here, or pick up the phone to make your reservation:T: +44 (0) 20 7287 1000Simply the best for your special dateFilled with delicious delights and mouth-watering dishes. Sweet dreams really are made of five cheeses here!Planet Hollywood is the world’s one and only dining experience inspired by the glamour of Hollywood. Whether dining with friends, family or work colleagues, enjoy delicious treats inspired by our American neighbour.At Planet Hollywood London, they source only the best beef for their special burgers. Hand-made by scotlands finest butcher, Donald Russell, and fit enough to feed the Queen. (Seriously, Donald Russell are official Royal Warrent Holders!)Don't miss out on the very special Valentine's menu, available for a limited time only.View the selection of menus available for you to choose from here.

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